It is hard to imagine a more underrated player than Willie McCovey. He dominated offensively during the most pitching friendly era of all time and had he played now, he would probably be challenging records left and right. His best season was 1969 in which he belted 45 homers and drove in 126 while batting .320! Stamped on the back by local photographer Russ Reed, this is a likely unique piece of photography from his MVP season watching one of his homers sail away!
Designation: Vintage 1
Overall Grade: 10/10